Wednesday 1 October 2014

Wednesday's Wishes - Irish Woolcrafters

There is a whole lot of sheep in Ireland and I think it makes the country fields seem right, being dotted with sheep.

There is also a lot of people that use wool for their crafting in this country and today I would like to show you a few of them, that have shops on Etsy.

Firstly we have a fab pair of fingerless gloves from SophiesKnitStuff .  These look so warm and comfortable and I might need a pair myself, to keep my fingers warm when blogging. Sophie has all sorts of useful winter woollies such as hats, cowls, shawls, scarves, cosies and ear warmers. She does custom orders and ships worldwide.

This great little doggie coat is from IrishSmallKnits.  I don't have a dog, but if I did, one of these dog coats would surely keep it warm.  Jane does a variety of patterns in different yarns and sizes.  She does custom orders and ships worldwide.

This adorable babies hat is from BabiesRepublic. It is one of a multitude of styles (all supercute) that are available from this shop.  Justyna also does wraps and blankets and ships worldwide.

This is one of many personalised Santa's stockings available from SantasSockCentral.  There are lots of other designs available, as well as normal knitted socks and patterns. Gigi does custom orders and ships worldwide.

This beautiful little matinee set is available from AnkasCrochet.  Anka makes a lot of toys, baby rugs, hats, tea cosies and headbands. She does custom orders and ships worldwide.

This very pretty ornate tea knitted tea cosy pattern is from DathuilDesigns.  Teresa has a variety of patterns for tea cosies, handwarmers and cushions in very ornate designs. The patterns are an instant download once you make payment.

This colourful scarf/cowl is from craftynannie.  Anne makes a large variety of scarves, hats, cowls and greeting cards. She also ships worldwide.

Well I hope this gives you a warming feeling, as the temperatures begin to drop.


  1. Thank you for the feature, lots more shops to discover through your blog:)


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